Present - Winlock Washington
Im currently working for the Census Bureau as a Clerk answering questions concerning the current census.
May ••••• - ••••• Self Employed Yelm Washington
Started my own software company. Created a shareware program while taking care of my elderly mother. Programed primarily under Unix/Linux with the Qt library by Trolltech. Registered domains, setup websites and client server applications for user registration.
January ••••• - May ••••• Manpower Professional Boise Idaho
Unix Systems Administrator: Was a member of the tier II frontline support team for all of the major HP servers across their entire WAN (the largest such WAN in the world). Worked with the system managers for the resolution of countless software, and hardware issues on the major HPUX servers from Mexico to Canada, and from Germany to Australia. I used tools such as BLT, ITO, and many web based custom tools for event tracking and reporting. I also resolved innumerable system backup issues using Omniback, and all of its associated tools. This position required an intimate knowledge of Unix, networking, and hardware from multi-million dollar EMC arrays, and HP systems from A-Z.
March ••••• - Alternative Resources Corporation Boise Idaho
Unix Systems Administrator: Supported all of the Unix systems for an R&D team at HP. Ordered, built, installed, and maintained 5 major servers, as well as about ••••• UNIX workstations. Converted a major website from a Microsoft environment to a UNIX one for increased stability. Worked closely with the HP IT team for their distributed environment called CE••••• I wrote, and applied the programs needed for the distributed application of all of the system software patches needed for the Y2K update for all of the systems on the CE1 network, including most of the major servers as well as all of the workstations at HPs main site in Boise.
February ••••• - March ••••• Manpower Professional Boise Idaho
Printer Test Technician: Worked with a research and development team at HP during which I wrote, and maintained several programs in KSH under a UNIX environment designed to test the HP Indra printer. Supervised the team of technicians who executed the programs. Analyzed the resultant data, and created graphs using Excel of the current state of the printer. Coordinated with outside consultants for the resolution of errors to the firmware for the printer, as well as the initial testing, distribution, and installation of all firmware updates for the team.
January ••••• - February ••••• Computer Consulting/Research Nampa Idaho
Self-Employed: I learned C, and C••••• as well as set up and administered many computer systems and networks consisting of UNIX, and Microsoft operating systems. I specialized in networking systems. I set up HTML, FTP, Telnet, IP masquerading, and other on demand Internet resources, and services.
May ••••• - January ••••• Armor Fresh Meats Nampa Idaho
System Support Manager/Electronics Tech.: Was in charge of the electronics department for the plant. Duties included the maintenance and repair of many assorted scales, WeighTronix, Fairbanks, Toledo, Pennsylvania, Silverline, overhead rails, truck scales, cattle scales, bench scales, and floor scales. Printers such as Toledo, Okidata dot matrix, SATO/Willett, and Markem bar code printers, Accusort Systems model •••••AA bar code scanners, Omron, and Symax Computer controllers and associated systems. Promoted to System Support Manager and was subsequently placed in charge of the programming and operation of the computer systems in use that ranged from IBM Series I, system •••••, to many micros ranging from XTs to PS/2s. The primary programming language was dBase.
June ••••• - August ••••• Hare International Nampa Idaho
Computer Operator: Was responsible for backing up all systems data for a Wang mainframe, as well as printing, decollating, sorting, and distributing numerous forms and reports.
December ••••• - June ••••• All Alaskan Seafoods Seattle Washington
Refrigeration/Electrical Engineer: Was in charge of all aspects of the refrigeration department, as well as the electrical department. Rebuilt virtually all of the ammonia valves in all of the evaporators on board the floating processor the Northern Alaskan. Ran wires for, and wired in many three phase •••••volt motors, ••••• lights, genset safeties, and main power panels.
August ••••• - March ••••• Reese Electronics Seattle Washington
Electronics Tech.: Was in charge of all phases of manufacture of small electronic devices, which included cutting, drilling, cleaning, stuffing, soldering, testing, assembling, and packaging. Was also involved in customer relations, purchasing and transportation.
April ••••• - May ••••• Red Baron Nampa Idaho
Assistant Manager/General Maintenance Tech.: Purchased, installed, trouble shot and repaired video games of all kinds and complexities. Took care of the inventory and books. Set up and executed many public relations and promotional programs.
July ••••• - March ••••• South Western Oregon Community College Coos Bay Oregon
Lab Tech./Computer Programmer: Installed and programmed (in BASIC) their computer system designed for student and instructor records. Implemented the system to give students computer-aided instruction in electronics technology and computer operation.
Education: ATA Electronics South Puget Sound Community College Olympia Washington
Subjects covered: Digital, Microprocessor, test, opto, biomedical and high power communications equipments.
Cert. Electronics South Western Oregon Community College Coos Bay Oregon
Subjects covered: Radio, television and other miscellaneous consumer communications equipments.
Personal: Im an amateur radio operator. Im familiar with Windows ••••• - Vista, MS-DOS, and UNIX. I have extensive experience as a UNIX systems administrator, and computer programmer using many different micro and mainframe computers in the following languages: Basic, Fortran, C, C•••••, C#, KSH, Expect, Assembly and Ladder Logic (the primary language used by industrial computer controllers). Also many years of experience in electronics which include the troubleshooting and repair of Robotic, communication, and computer equipments.